UF Law E-Discovery Project
About the E-Discovery Project
The UF Law E-Discovery Project is a multidisciplinary endeavor to support the civil litigation process through electronic discovery law courses, research, the development of information retrieval method and tools, and offering electronic discovery skills training for practicing attorneys and litigation support professionals through public conferences and continuing legal educational offerings. The UF Law E-Discovery Project is supported by generous contributions from ICAIR, The International Center for Automated Research at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
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E-Discovery for the Small and Medium Case
2014 Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case will be held on March 14, 2014.
We are happy to announce that on March 14, 2014 the Levin College of Law and the UF Law E-Discovery Project will be holding its second annual conference for the small and medium case.
E-Discovery Speaker Series
The ICAIR E-Discovery Project Speakers Series brings distinguished e-discovery professionals to the University of Florida campus speak on the latest trends in e-discovery and to meet with UF law students to discuss e-discovery career paths.
The eNarrative Center’s mission is to become the leading center for the development and promulgation of best eNarrative analytical and review practices that discover, Identify, and relate Case Narratives found within electronically stored information.
Random Sampler Application
The University of Florida Levin College of Law E-Discovery Project and the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) are pleased to announce the availability of the Random Sampler application for e-discovery. This application has been collaboratively developed and is freely available under an open source license.
Advanced E-Discovery Law School Course
UF Law is adding a specialized course on the types of search and review gaining prominence in electronic discovery. It is part of the “skills” component of UF Law’s offering and will feature hands-on practice and exercises with actual data and the most current software. This unique course is taught by William Hamilton, a nationally recognized leader in electronic discovery education and business litigation, and by John Tredennick, the Founder and CEO of Catalyst.
Software Research & Development
The UF Law E-Discovery project has joined with the University of Florida’s Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) to design, create and develop e-discovery tools and algorithms for the everyday practitioner in small and medium sized cases.
Currently, the UF Law E-Discovery Project Random Sampler is available as a free download.
E-Discovery Webinar Series
Join us on Thursday, November 7 from 2:00 to 3:00 pm eastern when we present the free UF Law / EDRM webinar, “E-Discovery Processing Made Simple” – sponsored by Nuix. With the help of Nuix’s new e-discovery Director, the University of Florida E-Discovery Project team will de-mistify processing and walk the audience though data processing from document input to output for review.